Digital History in the Classroom

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Title:Digital History in the Classroom
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Summary:In June, 2007, Lisa Spiro gave a workshop on digital history for world history instructors participating in the AP Summer Institute. The presentation discusses the following topics: Frameworks for Teaching (Digital) History; Finding and Evaluating Information; Seeing History: Visual Culture in the Classroom; Viewing History as It Unfolds: Video; Visualizing History: Understanding Dynamic Processes; Interpreting Data; Space Travel: Maps and Mapping; Imagining Space and Time: The Example of Rome; Collaboration and Organization; and Putting It All Together: Making Historical Arguments. Special attention is given to the GIS mapping capabilities of TIMEA (Travelers in the Middle East Archive)
URI:http://hdl.handle.net/1911/20462
Date:2007-12-18
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Digital History in the Classroom(2007-12-18).
From Travelers in the Middle East Archive (TIMEA). http://hdl.handle.net/1911/20462
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